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Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training (DSL Refresher Training)

This shorter Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training for staff who have previously attended DSL training.  Proof of relevant and recent previous training will be required to attend the course.  The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) for any setting is an important role in providing a safe and supportive setting for the children, staff and parents. This course also covers the requirements for those LA’s requesting an Annual Refresher for DSL’s.

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The importance of this role is underlined by both the EYFS and the Ofsted inspection framework. With agreement from multiple local authorities safeguarding boards, we are confident that this Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training Course can support any member of your team in continuing the important role of DSL in the setting, and we offer DSL Refresher Training at a cost that means that more staff can be trained, making managing your safeguarding in your setting that much easier.

Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training

The Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher course is run in a single 4-hour short course that covers a briefer version of the same 4 modules as the full course. The content of the 4 modules are as follows:

Module 1 – Legislation, Referrals and Processes

  • The aim of this module is to look at the statutory guidance and examine current serious case reviews to better assess the different risk factors in our settings

Module 2 – From Theory into Practice

  • The aim of this module is to look at the four types of abuse (physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse and neglect) in more depth and at how this might appear in our day to day practice
  • We also look at the longer-term effects on children who have been subject to abuse

Module 3 – A Toxic Mix?

  • We examine a combination of factors pertinent to children’s safeguarding
  • We look at the impact of communication in safeguarding situations

Module 4 – The Role of the DSL

  • This module examines the specific requirements of the role, covering everything from your environment to safer recruitment

DSL Refresher Training – Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training

This Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training Course is ideal for any managers, deputy managers and room leaders that need a refresher to continue their role of Designated Safeguarding Lead.  Attendees need to have attended a full DSL Training course previously.  If you have attended courses run by other providers then we will need to see proof of attendance of any relevant courses (e.g. your certificates and content elements) before the start of the course, if this is not provided then we reserve the right to ask you to leave the course.

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EY Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training (DSL Refresher Training) February 2024

This shorter Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Training for staff who have previously attended DSL training.  Proof of relevant and recent previous training will be required to attend the course

Location: Virtual

Length: 3 hours

Ticket Price £60.00

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Virtual Learning

Online training for your convenience

We are currently delivering our courses via Zoom Live. We use a lot of different methods to make sure courses are as interactive as possible and do expect delegates to have cameras on and sound on when required. We also request that you take part in the feedback on our courses so that we can improve our services every time. We provide individual certificates for all of our courses.

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